Unique Problems Associated with Delivering Health Care to an Indigent Population

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Discuss six (6) unique problems associated with delivering health care to an indigent population. As illustrated by the case, there were many unique problems associates with delivering health care to the indigent population. First, communication was an issue plaguing all parties involved. Difficulty in regards to understanding overall objectives and health care plans made operations inefficient and costly. Massive errors resulted from communication issues that ultimately hindered the access and quality of health care to the indigent population. Communication is the foundation of delivering health care. Everyone, from owners to employees must be able to effectively communicate in order to offer the quality of health care needed to support the indigent population. Without simple and comprehensive forms of communication, the overall health care program will falter as stakeholders are unaware of the overall vision and plan for the health care system. Education also is a very profound problem in delivering health care to the indigent population. The community itself significantly lacks ample candidates and school systems to sustain the delivery of health care. In addition, the means of attracting viable candidates is limited given the circumstances prevailing in the population to begin with. The population must first educate its population so that innovation and self sustaining activities can help further the delivery of the health care. Gang Violence is also associated

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